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Raised so far

$37,192

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$20,000

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1. Register

Sign up to TourXOz to create and then personalise your very own unique fundraising page. 

2. Support Mental Health

Spread the word and ask for support. Let everyone know you're touring Oz for mental health! 

3. Ride to Raise Money

Saddle up and ride to raise $250 or more for mental health 

TourXOz 
13 Nov 2020

Following successful road rides in 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019 TourXOz is back this year, taking 60 riders up and around the stunning Hunter Valley.  With the choice of THREE long and shorter courses on road or gravel tracks, there are options for everyone. This one day event starts from Wollombi on Friday 13 November. We will supply drinks and a BBQ after the event. 

Come and ride with us in the stunning Hunter Valley in support of life-saving research. The events will raise much needed funds for Black Dog Institute.

Black Dog Institute's research shows that exercise has many benefits for physical and mental health. Just running for 15 minutes a day or walking for an hour has been shown to reduce the risk of major depression by 26%.

We are riding because 1 in 5 of us will experience symptoms of mental illness in any given year. In Australia that’s around 5 million people. Roughly 60% of these people won’t seek help.

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